Friday, December 23, 2011

Samsung Galaxy Young Review

Samsung has just recently released a bunch of budget phones for the Galaxy line and one of them is the Galaxy Y or Galaxy Young. This phone is probably one of the tiniest Android phones in the market today but it does run the latest version which is Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

It has a 3 inch QVGA capacitive touch screen display which is evidently smaller than the Galaxy Mini. It has a 2 megapixel camera, 160 mb internal storage, and dual band 3g support. It also has a proximity sensor, accelerometer, GPS/A-GPS receiver, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. The phone also has the TouchWiz UI for the complete Samsung Android experience.

Besides the fact that all of these features are being forced to work in this tiny device, here are some of the disadvantages of the Young. It has a really low resolution screen limiting application choices. It also does not have flash support and poor internet browsing due to the tiny low-res screen. It does not have a front facing camera for video calling and no camera flash as well.

All in all, the Galaxy Young is not as powerful as other Galaxy devices but it does match its price. This is perfect for those who want to own a full touch Android phone in a low budget.

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